Saving and version control
This is important to remember. Working within Microreact is inherently interactive and iterative, so it is up to the user to decide which configurations are to be saved.
Session history allows undo (
Z) and redo (
Microreact does not keep a history of project versions or changes, beyond the Session History.
TIP: To maintain a history of project versions over time, download the project and maintain an offline set of project versions.
To save a newly created or a modified project:
- Click on the disk icon () in the top right corner of the webpage.
- Enter a name for the project.
- Optionally, enter a brief description of the project (Markdown is supported). This is a good place to add a website link or an email address, or a link to the Data-flo data-flo that prepares the data for the project.
Save as a New Projectif you want to store a new project on Micoreact servers (this option is only available when you are signed in to your Microreact account). You can change the project access control after it has been saved.
- If you are saving changes to an existing project that you own, you can choose either
Update This Projector
Save as a New Project. If you save as a new project, consider giving it a new name.
Download as .microreact fileif you do not want to store the project on Microreact servers. This allows you to share the project (and all its data) privately, outside of the Microreact server.
Saving a new project
Saving an existing project
Once a project has saved views, saving happens slightly differently. Changes must be made to each view, and that view updated. It is no longer possible to make colour or shape changes that affect the entire project. See Views.